Arch Dalrymple III Department of History

University of Mississippi

UM History Colloquium

The University of Mississippi History Colloquium (UMHC) is a seminar series designed to foster discussion of scholarly research across sub-disciplines and between faculty, instructors, and graduate students.

Spring 2017 Schedule

Ann Tucker
“Internationalizing Domestic Issues: Debating Territorial Slavery in the 1850s”
Thursday, March 2, 12:00-1:00, Bishop 338
Commenter: April Holm

Shennette Garrett-Scott
“Please Oblige: Credit and Lending in the St. Luke Savings Bank, 1903-WWI”
Thursday, March 23, 12:00-1:00, Bishop 338
Commenter: Rebecca Marchiel

Zachary Kagan Guthrie
“‘This Was Being Done Only to Help’: Development and Forced Labor in Barue, 1959-1965”
Friday, March 31, 12:00-1:00, Bishop 338
Commenter: Oliver Dinius

Brandon Downing
“A Perfect Harmony: Campus Martius and the Northwest Territory”
Tuesday, April 11, 12:00-1:00, Bishop 338
Commenter: Paul Polgar

Peter Thilly
“‘A Degree of Cooperation’: Sino-Japanese Cooperation and the Pan-Asian Cocaine Trade of the 1920s-30s”
Wednesday, April 19, 12:00-1:00, Bishop 338
Commenter: Jesse Cromwell

All Papers Are Pre-Circulated – Lunch Will Be Provided

Fall 2016 Schedule

Joshua Howard
“Nie Er: Composing Sonic Nationalism and China’s Revolutionary Music”
Friday, September 23rd at 3:30PM in Bishop 333
pre-circulated paper
Commenter: Peter Thilly

DeWayne Moore
“Black Political Power in Greenville and Its Impact on the Emergence of Blues Festivals in the Delta”
Friday, September 30th at 3:30 PM in Bishop 333
pre-circulated paper
Commenter: Rebecca Marchiel

Will Little
“Imperial Revolutionaries: The Massiac Club and the Preservation of the French Empire”
Friday, October 14th at 3:30PM in Bishop 333
pre-circulated paper
Commenter: Theresa Levitt

Rebecca Marchiel
“Let’s Make the Market Work for Us: Community-Bank Partnerships and their Legacies”
Friday, October 28th at 3:30PM in Bishop 333
pre-circulated paper
Commenter: Darren E. Grem

Carolyn Corretti
“Excommunication in Reformation Geneva: the Individual, the Community, and the Consistory, 1542-1556”
Friday, November 11th at 3:30PM in Bishop 333
pre-circulated paper
Commenter: Jeffrey Watt

This semester’s schedule has been coordinated by Anne Twitty.
Questions or comments should be directed to